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Jackson Boone is a songwriter who quietly emerged from the misty magic of Portland, Oregon. Jackson recorded his first solo album, Starlit, in the basement of a green house in his hometown of Portland. After Starlit’s release, Boone, his band, and Riley Geare, packed up their equipment and took off to the Oregon Coast, where they spent two weeks tracking Jackson's second album, Natural Changes, by the beach. The setting proved to be a perfect match for Jackson's breezy songwriting, and they recorded follow-up, Organic Light Factory, the next year.
Jackson Boone’s music has been featured by KEXP, Stereogum, Impose Magazine, and other publications. He has performed at festivals like SXSW, Treefort Music Festival, Pickathon, and more. The band has also toured through Portland mainstays like the Bunk Bar, Mississippi Studios, and Doug Fir, as well as venues across the country.
When not touring, Jackson Boone runs Nourish Juice Bar with his wife in Astoria, Oregon, and enjoys the healing energy of the coast. He is currently in post production on his next release, Songs through the Window, recorded in Denver, Colorado with engineer Matt Tanner.
"Dreamy and gooey, his vocals and velvet synths surround us as we journey through his lo-fi expressions." - IMPOSE
"In a league of its own, offering the sweet, succulent textures one might expect to hear in a joint off the Mediterranean coast." - Atwood
“It’s like you can see the sound glimmering.” - Stereogum
"Jackson Boone makes vintage-sounding dream rock with a very subtle and meticulous emphasis on production." - Magnet Magazine
“...a positively gorgeous slice of psych-folk that somehow surpasses the majestic scope of Starlit, one of the best albums to come out of Portland in 2014.” - Vortex Music Magazine
"...where Natural Changes starts to deviate from its predecessor is on the third track, “Runaway.” This song is the pop-iest of the whole album — intoxicating guitar hooks cozied up to an ultra funky, burbling bass-line." - Noise & Color PDX